This filling stitch is very similar to a regular chevron stitch filling. The only difference – the placing of the stitches in the second row. The second row of the chevron stitches is placed so, that the leg of the stitch – short horizontal stitch – is placed right above the leg of the first row. This placing creates a beautiful net-like pattern.
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Read more about the Filling stitches for hand embroidery in my article “Hand embroidery Filling stitches- part 1”
Look at the video tutorial below and learn this beautiful filling stitch!